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If we can focus/ bring back one new feature, which one would you like to see the most? 

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47 deviants said Bi-weekly contest
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13 deviants said Interviews of artist that are doing it big
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13 deviants said Sketchathon (Run every Sunday)
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12 deviants said Friday Features (picked from local submissions)
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12 deviants said Concept World Magazine
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7 deviants said An artist for commission section
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3 deviants said A Newsletter keeping you up to date via e-mail
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1 deviant said Other (Please comment)
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Promote all your original concept art here. We accept almost all genres.
Super Group
Until Aug 7, 2015

Founded 5 Years ago
Jan 20, 2010

Location
Global

Group Focus
Art Creation

Media Type
Digital Media

8,810 Members
10,126 Watchers
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Hey Concepteez,

A good concept solves a problem, a great concept sells a solution. A good concept illustrates an idea, a great concept sells a story.

There is a reason certain creations make it to the Friday Feature. The difference between a good concept and a great concept is very subtle in terms of effort but the result can be seen from a distance.

The artist chosen for this weeks Feature are the ones that can push past a basic idea and use light, colour, form and perspective to tell a story.



In a big budget movie, you can just hear the director yelling 'This it it!' the scene that bring the whole story together, the climax to an epic adventure. This scene just makes you want to track back a few frames and find out what actually happened for the two characters before they ended up here, the chemistry between them seems too strong and shows the amount of love they had build up previously. Great job Jevela



This is a quite beast, its name is Plard and right now its having a quite moment, all is under control staying calm is the top agenda. However, it doesn't take a genius to see that hidden beneath is a creature that is not afraid to gets its hand dirty (or perhaps its paws). megillakitty depicted a creature in this piece that has a dual personality and appears to be loyal to none. Great job getting the balance right.



Only a Post Apocalyptic movie can have this vehicle and get away with using it on screen. This vehicle is grand in its appearance, futuristic and actually has a members of the team peddling it. Would love to find the mechanics behind it, but then it is made for the post apocalyptic era. Anton aka polosatkin went outside his comfort zone to try something new on this one and so he is recognised for his effort.



A cross between a classical original and a futuristic sci-fi, this piece illustrates how wonderfully stakez131290 used primitives interacting and playing with lights. The details in this piece are just fantastic.



Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication and this piece is a great example of how vombavr packed a whole lot of experience into one masterpiece. The triangular composition, the interaction between the different characters and the emotions portrayed by the waiting girl is just epic in its own right. If you are new in the field of art, this piece should be like a benchmark of how to have all the skills in the bag and use them a little at a time.

Till next week,
Gagan
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These are the admins that have helped build this group to a standard which its now at. They are no longer serving on the current panel but will always be the foundational pillars of this group.

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Welcome to Concept World, a group focused on displaying high quality concept artwork.





If you think your work has got what it takes, join our members and submit your art!

:bulletblue: We accept concept art (conceptual art is something else).

:bulletblue: Unfinished or sloppy work will not likely be accepted.

:bulletblue: Please only submit original concept paintings and drawings. Photo manipulations (skillful matte-painting is ok), photography and fan-art will be declined.

:bulletblue: We dislike big copyright symbols and watermarks obscuring your artwork. View-ability comes first here.

:bulletblue: Please submit your work to the right folder

:bulletblue: If you're not sure of our quality requirements, have a look at our gallery folders for the kind of concepts we accept.

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Tobidy Featured By Owner May 20, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Heyho, Im new here and wanted to greet everyone ;D

and I also have a problem i cant solve myself, I just cant draw clear lines and because of this 2/3 of my time for the Pic goes in the Sketch.

Is this just so bec. Im a beginner with Digital drawing or is there a way to Improve?
Well I like to draw but it is really a pain to spend my time to clean the sketch -.-

What is your opinion on this?
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gourger Featured By Owner Edited May 21, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Hey Tobidy, sorry to get you back so late, but I was quite busy those days.
So if the main problem it's to draw a better and clever line, my suggest it's to but a better tablet to do your digital sketch. A normal A6 Aacom it's more than good to start with digital support. 
But as you already know the main problem it's not the medium an artist use but more about the skills he develop. If you look at this guy here, he doesn't need digital support to draw a precise ad good line.
raultrevino.deviantart.com/art…
raultrevino.deviantart.com/art…
It's more about how develop a nice style in add to improve your skills. So...my suggestion is : Before go full digital, that it's always give you a lot of nice possibility, start with a traditional support. There is nothing better that hold school.
Try with some basic stuff like figure drawing, sketches, ecc... There are a lot of book about drawing, use them as a starting point to get
confidence and improve your artistic skills, than pass on a digital support.
www.amazon.com/Figure-Drawing-…
www.amazon.com/Framed-Ink-Draw…
www.amazon.com/Figure-Drawing-…
Hope I was helpful somehow.
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Tobidy Featured By Owner May 22, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Ty for your answer, well my traditional sketch are quite good and clean it is really only when i use the tablet, well i hope it get better over time ;D.
before I used a Wacom Bamboo Pen tablet, but yesterday I got my Wacom Intuos Pro M and well my lines are already a little bit clearer ^^ 
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gourger Featured By Owner May 22, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
I see...well in this case it's just about practice :D (Big Grin) 
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albert50115 Featured By Owner May 12, 2015
Thanks for accepting!
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